By: admin On: October 17, 2017 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

“Charlotte Fast 50” designation highlights Mountain Point’s work in revolutionizing manufacturing.

Mountain Point, a consulting firm that specializes in helping manufacturers undergo digital transformations, has been recognized by the Charlotte Business Journal as one of the top 50 fastest growing companies in the Charlotte area.

The Journal’s annual “Fast 50” list highlights companies with the highest average annual growth over a three-year period. Mountain Point was founded in 2013 with the goal of revolutionizing the manufacturing sector for the digital world.

“We’re incredibly proud of what we’ve accomplished over the past four years,” Andrew Rieser, President of Mountain Point, said. “Our growth stems from our success in helping other companies grow, and that’s incredibly rewarding and fulfilling.”

Mountain Point is nationally recognized for its expertise in helping manufacturing companies modernize their operations to better compete in the high-tech, global economy. Their team of expert consultants helps manufacturers integrate cutting-edge tools and processes by leveraging the Salesforce Platform, predictive analysis and company-wide data integration.

“We believe the U.S. can be a world leader in manufacturing again,” Rieser said. “But we have to innovate in order to compete with other countries where the cost of living is often much lower. Mountain Point helps companies make the transition to Industry 4.0, where creativity, automation and artificial intelligence are the cornerstones of doing more with less. By leveraging four key areas — people, processes, technology and data — we can help our customers extend lean principles beyond the shop floor and gain that competitive advantage. Moving from the traditional manufacturing space into a digital, cloud-based ecosystem allows our customers to deliver their products and services faster, better and cheaper.”

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